Summary: The phone works great, but the either the charger or the battery refuses to charge half the time. Pretty sure it's the charger now because I put in another battery and the charger still won't power up the phone
Summary: I bought this phone for my mom. Everything is nice, but when I slide the phone out. I notice that the top part of the phone feels loose. It can rock back and forth. It wobbles. But when I slide it in, it doesn't wobble and feels firm and tight. Is anyone experiencing this problem too?
Summary: I used to own Walkman W610i, which was a good phone, with few faults. With W595, Sony Ericsson has taken a few steps back. Major faults: -the 3.2 MPix camera has no autofocus, thus making a lot worse photos than the 2Mpix camera on the old W610i. Essentially useless!
Pros: mp3 player sound quality and headphones are good, Google maps rocks.
Cons: Camera has no autofocus (previous models had!), Calendar useless.
Good to use for simple calls, texts, listening to music but gets complicated using some applications
22 November 2011
Excerpt: I have had the Sony Ericsson W595 for about 3 months, however my brother passed it onto me since my last phone broke so overall it has been in use for around 2 years. When he gave it to me, the number keys were very stiff which made it very difficult to press the keys for typing texts.
Excerpt: ~ * I've Got The Pink One! * ~ I would not describe myself as a phone-person. Which is quite weird, judging by the amount of people that have mobile phones these days. I much prefer my computer and only ever carry my mobile phone 'in case'.
Summary: i have had this phone just over 18 months and well the first 6 months were the best after 1 year the performance decreased dramatically, battery goes down everyday, screen turns it self off then back on, freezes rarely, buttons are auqward because they are nearky flat.
Pros: good web browser, speed is pretty good, sound is amazing and it is a reliable phone,